Freude an dem Tun. The Sentiment of Action in Fichte’s Philosophy


After suggesting five ways in which Fichte’s philosophy can be regarded as a philosophy of action (§ 1) and explaining the systematic meaning of the primacy of the practical in Fichte (§ 2), this article focuses on the feeling that accompanies right action according to Fichte. In the Jena period (1793-1799), Fichte argues that the good and right action does not have enjoyment as its goal but is accompanied by a feeling of satisfaction (Befriedigung) arising from the self-affirmation of the I as autonomous will and involving contempt for all enjoyment (§ 3). Leggi tutto »

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Numero 16 AGENCY February, 2016 - Autore:


Aesthetic Luck: On the (Un)Luck of a Concept

Num°12 LUCK

The notion of “aesthetic luck” has not had the same luck – no pun intended – of concepts such as “moral luck” and “epistemic luck.” In the aesthetic field, there is no debate similar to the ones ongoing in moral philosophy and epistemology. Leggi tutto »

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Numero 12 LUCK October, 2014 - Autore:

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